Videoendoscopy is best used in combination with other imaging modalities. Research variables such as limited work space within a tomb or crypt may dictate using the VE as the primary paleoimaging instrument and following those data with focused alternate imaging as dictated by the findings. Other situations allow for alternate paleoimaging applied prior to VE application. Regardless, each of the paleoimaging techniques is complementary and adds power to the data collected regarding its interpretability. Conventional radiography and computerized imaging systems are discussed in greater detail in Chapters 2 and 3 with only brief descriptions included here in the context of their association with videoendoscopy imaging.
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